Spectacular Fan Art of Sophie Turner as Supergirl

The actress from Game of Thrones and X-Men, Sophie Turner, would have an incredible look if she were chosen as the new Supergirl of the DCEU and we can see it thanks to a Fan Art.

It has been rumored for a long time that they wanted to make a movie about Supergirl for him DCEUAlthough the project has not gone ahead, at least we know what it would look like Sophie turner if she was the one chosen for the role. She rose to international fame by playing Sansa stark throughout the eight seasons of Game of Thrones, going from being a girl to becoming a formidable and cunning queen throughout the series. But it also gave life to Jean gray in two movies, X-Men: Apocalypse 2016 and X-Men: Dark Phoenix of 2019.

The Supergirl character was introduced in 1959 and is Kal-El's cousin, that is, Superman. Her Kryptonian name is Kara Zor-El, although on Earth she is known as Kara Danvers. Now, actress Melissa Benoist plays Supergirl in The CW series of the same name, which will premiere the sixth season in 2021. This show takes place in Arrowverse and remains separate from the film versions of the characters of DC Comics.

Now the digital artist ApexForm has created Fan Art that imagines what Sophie Turner would look like in the role of Supergirl. The art appears to reuse a poster for X-Men: Dark Phoenix, replacing Turner's outfit from that movie with Supergirl's outfit, complete with a cape and knee-high boots. His eyes are also glowing red, in preparation to use his supervision.

Fan Art of Sophie Turner as Supergirl

From Game of Thrones to superhero movies.

Sophie turner She looks great on paper, and her natural blonde hair fits in with the traditional vision of Supergirl, plus many of her Game of Thrones companions are turning to superhero movies. For example Richard Madden and Kit harington will play Ikaris and Dane Whitman (Black Knight) in The Eternals. A Marvel movie about some very powerful characters.

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